[kde-edu]: Unmaintained apps in kdeedu
annemarie.mahfouf at free.fr
Mon Apr 23 20:40:00 CEST 2007
On Monday 23 April 2007 18:17:48 JOSHUA KEEL wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> Kanagram is technically maintained by me, but I've had very little free
> time to work on it (right now I'm finishing up my second semester of
> University for this year). In two weeks, I'll be out for the summer. At
> that time, I'd like to say I'd have plenty of free time to work on
> Kanagram, but I'll be doing a redesign of the "What's This?" help system
> for Google Summer of Code, so I'm very uncertain whether I'll have time to
> work on it. The main tasks as I see them for KDE 4 are:
> 1. Use SVG graphics to make things scalable (possibly including a feature
> to use user-created themes) 2. Revamp the NewStuff code, allowing the user
> to upload vocabularies, make sure downloading works smoothly, etc.
> AFAIK, there are no open bugs, and no major issues other than these two. If
> anyone thinks differently, don't hesitate to speak up. As I said before,
> I'd love to be able to work on Kanagram this summer, and if I get the time,
> I will definitely do so. But I'm just not certain I will have the time if
> Real Life gets in the way.
> BTW, thanks, annma, for bringing up this topic. This is an important
> discussion to have.
> Josh Keel
I'm very glad you will be back in coding for KDE!!!
KNewStuff has been moved to KNewStuff2 which does not work fully yet but
should be promising and ready for the 4.0 release. Upload will be allowed. So
that's a point less.
I think what you should do in KAnagram is make a way to get the files
translated as there are only 2 or 3 languages that have the data. Maybe using
a dummy .cpp file. This should be talked to with Albert maybe who has a great
expertise in data (among all others).
If you have no time before release I can look at translations, port to SVG and
ensure KNewStuff is working. As long as you keep an eye on Kanagram after the
release and fix the occasional bug!
Cheers and finish well your school term!
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